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warren of spanish fort, alabama he's a third prize winner in c-span's student cam contest. >> currently in the u.s. >> 10.8 million, between 2000 and 2010, the unauthorized population grew by 27%. >> the reason immigration has become a huge issue in america, one that affects many occupations, industries, and individuals, however, not necessarily in the ways many people think. in my home state of alabama, the passing of the hb-56 law had far-reaching effects in all of these areas. this law impacted many groups and people, not just economically, but socially as well, reflecting not just alabama, but america as a whole. >> well, the issue for farmers is that they have a need for seasonal workers oftentimes. sometimes year round, but seasonal workers to do jobs that often times they can't find local employees to perform. they have found that since the immigration law has passed that a lot of migrant workers they have depended upon have actually left the state, even some of those that had proper documentation, they left because of fear of being maybe misunderstood, their status being misunde
, industries, and individuals. however, not in the ways that many people think. in my home state of alabama, passing the law had far reaching affects on all of these areas. this law impacted groups and people economically and socially as well. affecting not just alabama but america as a whole. >> well, the issue from farmers is that they have a need for seasonal workers often times. sometimes year around but seasonal workers to do jobs they can't find local employees to perform. they have found that since the immigration law passed a lot of migrant workers they depended on the past left the state, even some of those that had proper documentation left because of fear of being maybe misunderstood, their status being misunderstood or they had family members that did not have the proper documentation. >> one of the things that became an issue in law enforcement, there is a direct tie between illegal immigration and the drug cartel in the united states. alabama is a border state. we happen to border water, we border the gulf of mexico. particularly in southern alabama, we're a pipeline for narco
16th street baptist church in birmingham, alabama, 50 years ago this year. 1963 was a pivotal year in the struggle for civil rights in our nation. it marked 100 years after the emancipation proclamation and was the year of martin luther king jr.'s stirring letter from the birmingham city jail which sounded the call for nonviolent civil obedience to counter oppression in the jim crow south. in that letter, dr. king famously proclaimed, in justice anywhere is a threat -- injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. mr. speaker, as the veteran of those efforts, i know that the struggle for justice, empowerment and equal opportunity for all continues to this day. i want to thank my colleague, representative terri -- 10 seconds -- terri sewell. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for 30 seconds. mr. clyburn: i want to thank my colleague, representative terri sewell for her leadership in this outstanding effort, representative sewell has quickly made her mark in this institution for her tireless devotion to duty and her thoughtful approach to legislating. i am p
'bout tomorrow singing ♪ ♪ sweet home alabama all summer long singing sweet home alabama all summer long sweet home alabama ♪ ♪ all summer long singing sweet home alabama ♪ singing sweet home alabama ♪ ♪ all summer long singing sweet home alabama ♪ ♪ all summer long singing sweet, sweet ♪ [ cheers and applause ] kid rock. tickets are only $20. you can't beat that. i want to thank rachel mcadams and kelly oxford. tomorrow, rosario dawson, nicole richie and musical guest foals. good night! ♪ >>> tonight on "nightline." captured. the hunt is over. the dramatic conclusion to the most wanted men in america. two brothers accused of the biggest u.s. terror attack since 9/11. we are love from boston. >>> baby-faced bombers. they came to america for a better life. the tale of two boys next door turned alleged terrorists. >>> inches from killers. just before the blast, the suspected bombers stood right behind the 8-year-old child. tonight, his friends and classmates speak out. >> a special edition of >>> from boston, this is a special edition of "nightline." caught, with juj
republican party? have you seen what they are doing in the states to women's rights? in alabama, the republican legislature just passed regulations on abortion clinics that will further curtail the right to choose. abortion rights' activists in alabama took to the streets to protest the law that should shut all five remaining clinics down. >> they say we want government out of our personal affairs. i don't know if there's anything more personal than my body. i have a real each with the majority of the senate and the house members being male wanting to dictate what we as females are going to have to abide by when it comes down to my personal body. >> abortion is legal. it's the law of the land. unless you live in a state where you can't get one. so how is that for change? how is that for being enclues s inclusive? trying to go back to the drawing board. joining me is linda coleman who we gist sjust saw at that prote. and irin. thank you for both being here tonight. governor, let me start with you. what's your response and how are you going to fight back since clearly you were at
votes on postponed questions will be taken later. for what purpose does the gentleman from alabama seek recognition? >> mr. speaker, i move the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 1071. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 1071, a bill to specify the size of the precious metal blanks that will be used in the production of the national baseball hall of fame commemorative coin. mr. bachus: mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from alabama. mr. bachus: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and submit extraneous materials for the record on h.r. 1071. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from alabama, mr. bachus, and the gentlewoman from alabama, ms. sewell, will each control 0 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from alabama. mr. bachus: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for as much time as he wishes to consume
now they're the new normal for republicans. they're mississippi style north dakota style alabama style laws. they kept saying the war on women thing is something that the republican party was going to repent from after the 2012 election. it's just a new front opening all the time. the republican part was going to repent on. it's just a new front. "first look" is up next. >>> good thursday morning. on "first look," real and clear danger. secretary hagel has new threats. they are ready to launch a new attack. connecticut lawmakers approve tough new gun control measures and the governor will sign them into law at noon. >>> new technology is helping moms bond with their babies. alzheimers costs more to treat than cancer. >>> queen elizabeth gets a multimillion dollar pay raise. >>> hours ago, connecticut state legislature passed the toughest gun control legislation in the country. it cleared the house after hours of what was respectful and somber debate. earlier, they approved the sweeping bill. requires background checks for all firearms sales and bans the sale or purchase of magazi
himself to be arrested and put in the birmingham, alabama jail cell where he read a newspaper that quoted moderate what energies as saying that thewere extreme and untimely. at the time, he wrote an eloquent letter in response. sociology professor jonathan rieder has taken a closer look at that pivotal document in a new o'connell the "gospel of treating -- in a new look called "gospel of freedom." we start by asking what it was that made you want to dissect this letter. i at the most basic level, have always been drawn to the letter. it has a aureus complexity. kingee the high-minded with these fancy philosophic notions and you also see one bristling with indignation. one moment he is taking you in to a voyage deep into the white southern soul -- i wonder who worships there and who is their god? then he takes whites into the recesses of like boehner ability. it is fast -- recesses of black vulnerability. i felt i needed to say more about the tough substance of dr. king. in many ways, "letter from birmingham jail" is his fullest statement about race in america. if you know how to read the
for the second straight day and night with twisters in arkansas, mississippi and alabama. while it's all moving to the east it's punishing some of the places in its path. that includes birmingham, alabama, where we get our report from nbc's gabe gutierrez. >> it's coming toward us. >> reporter: a massive tornado barrelled across mississippi this afternoon, killing at least one person and injuring several others. dozens of homes and businesses in kemper county destroyed. preliminary reports say the tornado was on the ground for 56 miles. >> on radar we saw extremely violent signature with this. we saw tornado debris signatures with this. we have seen video of the big wedge or big cone-shaped tornado. >> we have seen houses split in half. >> reporter: at daybreak in missouri and arkansas today, the first look at damage caused by tornadoes and high winds. trees tossed like matchsticks. sonny martin's family barely made it out alive. >> i basically told her to run and get the baby. >> reporter: gusts up to 100 miles per hour reported in some areas in northern arkansas. >> it's breathtaking what a s
the edmund pettis branch and some alabama. they intended to march from selma to montgomery to demonstrate the need for voting rights in alabama. they're attacked by state troopers and a brutal confrontation known as bloody sunday. the congressman started an annual congressional pilgrimage with the faith and politics institute in washington and ever since then has led a delegation of bipartisan members of congress, civil rights leaders, clergy compensations, that to me most importantly, students of all ages to pass on the memory and experience is that those days to the next generation of marchers. i've now had the privilege of marching across that bridge twice the congressman lewis and a few weeks ago with the delegation were sitting in the pews of first that this church in montgomery, alabama where the police chief gave a speech about the role of the police during the civil rights movement and apologize to the congressman. he was so moved that he gave his -- to the congressman as a symbol of reconciliation. he's the first police officer ever apologize to the congress then. caught back [ap
a lot still ahead tonight, including alabama breaking new ground on civil rights in a bad way. that's still to come. >>> but first, just one more thing about who we just had on as our guests, susan connolly, i feel compelled to tell you, in order to be on the show tonight, susan connolly had to skip out on something very important tonight. she had to skip roller derby. susan's marshall, michigan, roller derby team, they are gearing up for their next battle against lansing next sunday. so, yeah, enbridge oil company and the michigan state government blowing off the kalamazoo river pipeline spill, did you know who you're up against here? are you sure? we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] why is kellogg's crunchy nut so delicious? because every flake is double-toasted... splashed with sweet honey... and covered in rich double-roasted peanuts. mmm. [ hero ] yummy. [ male announcer ] kellogg's crunchy nut. it's super delicious! hmm, we need a new game. ♪ that'll save the day. ♪ so will bounty select-a-size. it's the smaller powerful sheet. the only one with trap + lock technology.
. >> all right, thank you. >>> we have lots still ahead. alabama breaking new ground on civil rights in a bad way, that's still to come. >>> first, one more thing about who we just had on as our guest, susan connelly on the right of the screen, i feel compelled to tell you, in order to be on the show, she had to skip something important tonight. she had to skip roller derby. they're gearing up for the next battle next sunday. do you know what you're up against here? are you sure? we'll be right back. hi, i'm amy for downy unstopables in-wash scent boosters, here with my favorite new intern, jimmy. mmm! fresh! and it's been in the closet for 12 weeks! unbelievable! unstopables! follow jimmy on youtube. >>> that big alabama story still to come. before that, a programming note, through the miracle that is tv and wonder of geography that is midtown manhattan, i will be on tv again later tonight. david letterman was kind enough to invite me to be a guest on his show tonight. probably comes on after your late local news wherever you are. even if you do not like me and are only watching thi
. >>> muchas gracias, buenas noches. >>> buenas noches, pasamos cerca de 750 millas en el camino desde alabama hasta washington dc acompaÑamos un grupo de 200 in inmigrantes que venÍan de este estado uno que tiene las leyes anti-inmigrantes mÁs severas del paÍs para hacer sentir su voz, estuvieron un dÍa importante empezÓ en la oficina del senadores cerca del capitolio y terminÓ por supuesto en la manifestaciÓn con el resto de las inmigrantes que llegaron hasta la capital y esto fue lo que pudimos recorrer. >>> dicen las personas de la capital que la llegada del flor de cerezo es augurio de mejor tiempo washington dc recibiÓ a miles de inmigrantess forrada de rosa y blanco (gritan) >>> por fin llego el dÍa, es el dÍa que venimos aqui venimos a mostrarnos, venimos a mostrar que salimos de las sombras aquÍ estamos. >>> el primer objetivo era el tercer piso del edificio en la avenida constituciÓn donde estÁ ubicada la oficina del senador republicano por alabama y opositor la reforma migratoria (...) (gritan) una marea vestida de rojo y blanco cubriÓ la capital portaban los colores
dogs and fire hoses in birmingham in 1963. alabama state troopers beating back protestors on the bridge in selma in 1965. and their violence would strike a flint on the nation's conscience. >> and we shall overcome. >> president lyndon johnson pushed through landmark civil rights bills to open up public accommodations to ensure access to voting rights. and signed the laws as dr. king stood over his shoulder. by the late 1960s, andrew young says king had become exhausted. >> we were pretty well worn out. i mean, he had been going from '55 to '67 without a let-up. >> there was a rumor dr. king was planning a sabbatical, maybe in india or in africa. was that true? >> he was thinking about it. that was his -- that was his dream. it wasn't india or africa, it was really riverside church. >> the prestigious riverside church in new york was looking for a pastor. >> he said, that was my ideal. that's what i wanted to be when i grew up. >> i speak out against this war. >> but that never happened. instead, this speech at riverside will become king's moral watershed over vietnam. by 1966 the u.s.
. in alabama, the country represented charge that they were being run out of the union and democracy was being violated people in virginia look at what was happening inside, no ordinary farmer would vote for this. the elites have run us out of the union without the proper consideration of the democratic process. it's very revealing of what democracy was in a slave regime. they often made the case, especially the political elite, the democracy was a mob. they did not like the direction that the electoral process was going. but they had to play the game to get the session through and they strong-armed it through the numbers of states in the upper south, the normal democratic south did not yield to succession. but they did not succeed until they were fired on. and even then, there were eight states and four of them did and for them didn't. that meant that the confederacy ended up fighting with 11 swing states. eleven instead of 15. there were 15 slave states. only 11 states and the confederacy. see see them breaking off a part of the south. never putting the fate of the confederacy. >> host: to j
constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage. but people are fighting back. in alabama, 1992 law actually requires public schools to teach that homosexuality is criminal and an unacceptable lifestyle. that's in their sex education classes. patricia todd plans to interview a bill to strike that language from the law. two birmingham high school students have launched an online petition supporting her effort. they have collected over 80,000 signatures so far. they join me tonight to talk about how members of the lbgt community are treated in their own state. welcome into "the war room," adam pratt, and sarah noone. >> thank you. >> hi. >> michael: what made you decide to start this online petition? >> well, when we found out that representative todd was going through this bill it was definitely something we wanted to do anything we could to help. >> michael: yeah. >> so when -- >> michael: no tell me. so you thought a petition would be the best way to get started? and did you have any idea it would grow like this? >> we had no idea. our original hope was 5,000, and we had ho
. y enrique acevedo se fue a alabama y en alabama. se su debieron en un autobús y 17 horas después, llegaron aquí a washington. esta es su historia. dicen los capitalinos. que la llegada de la flor del cerezo es augurio de mejores tiempos. este 1110 de abril percibió a miles de inmigrantes. >>> escucha estamos en la lucha. >>> por fin llegó el día el día que venimos aquí. a mostrar que salimos de las sombras. y que aquí estamos. y que somos parte de esta gran nación. y que queremos será parte de ella. >>> el primer objetivo de la jornada era el tercer piso de este edificio. en la avenida constitución ahí se ubica la orficina del senador republicano por alabama y torpes de la reforma migrator migratoria. >>> una marea vestida de rojo y plannin blanco cubrió la capital. >>> los colores de su estado con mensajes en español e inglés, dieron los pasos visibles de un largo camino por las sombras. las palabras que guardó el miedo, se reparten por las calles y avenidas de la gran ciudad. por la explanada de un capitolio desbordado de esperanza. >>> somos 11 millones de perso
law school he went south, eventually to create the equal justice initiative in alabama, the state with the highest per capita rate of death sentences in the country. he and his colleagues have battled excessive and unfair sentencing, helped free prisoners on death row, challenged the abuse of the incarcerated and mentally ill, and stood up on behalf of minors, children, prosecuted as adults. welcome back -- >> thank you. >> that supreme court decision, gideon, 50 years ago said, you have the right to an attorney in a criminal case, even if you cannot afford it. what was the impact? >> well, it was radical. it was revolutionary. for decades the poor had really been very vulnerable in our criminal court system and frequently faced very severe punishments alone. what gideon did was basically say that our constitution requires that we treat people equally when their life and when their liberty is at risk. and it changed the way we thought about counsel for the poor in this country. at least in theory, at least in doctrine. >> well, i read that there are approximately 15,000 court-appo
of mississippi yesterday. that state's governor will be touring that damage today. alabama and georgia also got hit with vicious storms. gabe gutierrez is in huntsville, alabama. >> reporter: crews worked through the night to clean up debris. home and businesses were damaged here in alabama but most of the power has been restored. this after a strong line of storms tore through the south. there twister caught on capra in mississippi, in kemper county near the alabama border. one person died after a strong wind toppled the building. at least five people were hurt. here in alabama, it left people without power. as the system moved east, it created problems outside atlanta, dumping hail and damaging homes. >> the roof of the building wrapped around trees like it is nothing, like it's paper. >> i'm lucky. i'm sure there are folks who cannot go back to their home. >> reporter: the severe weather threat continued to parts of the east coast including the carolinas and northern florida. gabe gutierrez, nbc news, huntsville, alabama. >> joining me now with more weather channel kelly cass. i see a lot ha
after carnival "triumph" broke loose from its repair dock in alabama. high winds knocked the ship across the bay causing more damage to the already stricken ship. >>> flames engulfed a 40-story hotel and apartment building in chechnya. no one was hurt. it took 300 firefighters to put out that blaze. a short circuit is to believe to what caused it. >>> more eruptions from italy's mount etna. this time, dark smoke clouding out an otherwise gorgeous spring day. it's the 19th eruption in less than two months. >>> and while president obama's taking a pay cut, britain's queen elizabeth is getting a $7.5 million raise. her annual budget known as the sovereign grant includes the cost of running her household. her new pay package is $54.5 million. >>> for a first look at what's moving your money, we go to cnbc's jackie deangelis. good morning. >> the stocks suffered yesterday on disappointing economic data and worries on escalating tensions with north korea. meanwhile, heads rolling at lululemon, the company's chief officer is leaving after the company was forced to pull a line of black pants bec
in mississippi and alabama and california and all over and tom was one of those people. he was sent to texas to handle a very significant hate crime case when he was a young lawyer that involved a gang of white supremacists that went on a killing spree and ended up shooting 3 people and killing one when he was a young lawyer working in the civil rights division. he later served as a top deputy for attorney general janet reno, he was special counsel to ted kennedy and served as the president's advisor on civil rights issues. he was also director for civil rights at the department of human health services. tom, you will find, is passion ate and committed to equality and justice for everyone. tom, more than anyone i know, makes every single day in his life matter, whether it's focused on anti-bullying work, voting rights, disability rights, housing rights, the eighth amendment, immigration, hate crimes or human trafficking. tom cares about all of those issues to his core and he works every day to make the world a better place. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome assistant attorney general
this morning after a mass i've explosion. it all happened in mobile bay, alabama. the explosion and the fire still burning so intense firefighters have set up a one-mile safety radius. firefighters at this hour unable at this point to get near the flames. the first explosion happening just before 11:00 eastern followed by at least five more and heard up to 20 miles away. the barges are reportedly loaded with gasoline. and that's why it's keeping the fire going at this point. firefighters, the fire so fierce, firefighters can't get in there to fight it. three people have been rushed to the hospital suffering from severe burns. they're in critical condition. we're learning this morning the flames are finally starting to die down but firefighters say they will wait until daylight to get a better look at what can be done. ironically, all of this happening at the same facility where the crippled carnival triumph is docked. the cruise ship under repair, of course, after an engine fire left it adrift at sea with more than 4,000 people on board in february. we are continuing to monitor this situatio
una petición del estado de alabama para que convirtiera en delito el proteger a indocumentados, esto causaría que el gobierno del presidente barack obama demandó a alabama argumentandoq esta medida criminalizaba acciones rutinarias. >>> un jugador de la nba reconoció públicamente su homosexualidad, su confes. >>> causa que sea el primer miembro activo de un equipo profesional en reconocer que es gay. >>> el basquetbolista jason collins hizo historia, pero no por sus encestadas, sino por ser el primer atleta en un equipo masculino activo que reconoce que es homosexual, su confesion la hizo a través de la revista sports illustrated. >>> dijo que en el 2011, cuando no jugó por 161 días, mientras que negociaban dueños y jugadores, tuvo suficiente tiempo para confrontarse, primero se lo dijo a una tía,que dijo que lo sabía hace mucho tiempo, y también collins estuvo comprometido, confiesa que su familia ha tenido conmociones de mayor magnitud, sus padres esperaban solo un hijo, en ese entonces, los doctores felicitaron a los padres, pero minutos después venía otro bebé, que
with his mother at the birmingham, alabama, airpora on they believe that she flew there from bwi.. now the f.b.i. has stepped in charging the mother with felony parental abduction. cameron's picture is posted ont the national center for missings and explitted children's web site. he was last seen on april 1. he has been absent from school h ever since. rebecca's car was found last wee can in the parking lot of the t lion village shopping center.. her exhusband believes she may s be traveling to the west coast. her exhusband said she had a heroin problem and arrests for illegal drug use.. >> i mean physical -- has she fallen back to any of those ways and that's what we just can't know and that's why i believe my son is in danger. >> rebecca may have changed her appearance and may have been changed her son's the pair hey be using his mother's maid yen name of love. back to you guys.ys. police have veghtding sexual assault cases in northeast. a victim said she was tacked byy three men before 2:00 a.m. saturday. the second attack happened on sunday morning in the 1
acompaÑando a la caravana que parpt desde alabama, adelante enrique te oÍmos. >>> gracias marÍa elena y jorge, en pausa en el camino en que acompaÑamos a una comunidad en movimiento alrededor de 200 personas que viajan desde alabama, cuna de una de las leyes inmigrante mÁs severas en todo el paÍs, hasta la capital washington para asÍ alzar la voz y salir una de vez por todas desde las sombras. >>> 750 millas, pasan rÁpido cuando se ha esperado tanto tiempo antes de alcanzar la meta. >>> no tengan miedo de nada, en caso de que alguien nos llegara a par caro no creo. >>> pero el camino que han recorrido estas familias es mucho mÁs largo que la red interestatal que conecta a alabama con la capital del paÍs. >>> nos juntamos los grupos en varios auto blusz ahorita vamos todos juntos en caravana a ll es una experiencia muy buena para todos nosotros. >>> el pasajero mÁs pequeÑo todavÍa no cumplen aÑo, y a la mÁs grande presume de sus 65 vienen de todas partes principalmente de mÉxico, honduras y el salvador. >>> pero todos avanzan hacia un objetivo comÚn. >>> esperamos que haya
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the university of alabama track coach alistair stevenson who was running the marathon and heard the boston police say "it is just a drill." do you find it odd most of those in the vicinity of the blast don't report any of that? >> do i? >> yes. every story i could find that mentioned this whole it is a drill thing, info wars, natural news, my favorite, they all cite they had guy as their source. >> what i want to know is why wasn't this -- why was this man allowed to leave boston the next day? if he saw things that looked out of kilter and were uh skew and were certainly red flags and were certainly at the very least -- >> or false flags -- >> or at the very least planted a seed of doubt in someone's mind i would have thought the authorities would have wanted to talk to him completely before going to mobile, alabama. >> maybe he is a crack pot and maybe they can always call mobile, alabama. >> it is unfair to call him a crack pot. why would you call him a crack pot? >> just hang on. because there were tens of thousands of people there. this one guy is going around saying the police said -- >> wai
>>> coming up, 50 years ago in birmingham, alabama, thousands of school children braved police dogs, fire hoses and arrest to march against segregation. >> it was about having a dream of a better day. >>> and is there a connection between god and baseball? bob faw reports. >>> major funding for "religion & ethics news weekly" is prov e provided by the lily endowment dedicated to its founders' interests in religion, community development and education. addition funding prod by mutu ofamerica, designing customized individual group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. and the corporation for public broadcasting. >>> welcome, i'm deborah potter, sitting in for bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. u.s. muslim leaders this week condemned the deadly bombing in boston as more details emerged about the suspects. officials have described the tsarnaev brothers as motivated by religious extremism, but said they did not have ties to terrost orgizations. some attention has focused on a boston mosque where the suspected bombers occasionally prayed, after reports
right now moving over mississippi. chad myers, it's in to alabama. tell us what you know. >> >> that's correct. it was on the ground. has been on the ground for a long time. it has produced one fatality. the storm continues to be on the ground as it travels to the east of columbus, mississippi. these are kind of rural areas, thank goodness, because this is probably an f-3, f-4 tornado on the ground. it did hit a town near may con, mississippi, earlier, but it's now moving in a very rural area near alabama. they're already taking some of the kids out of school already. the last time we happened we remember the vivid pictures of tuscaloo tuscaloosa. those kids are going home. more tornados in southern mississippi and some of the patien parishes of louisiana. this is going to be one of those days, if a storm is headed your way, assume the worst. get inside, get the pets inside. don't go outside. don't take pictures. protect yourself. it will be into georgia later tonight, brooke. >> chad myers, thank you. we'll get more information as you're reporting. we're making phone calls. we'll tr
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the story the professor was suspended. the student reinstated by the university. in alabama, an elementary school principal said this: >> we have had a parent to question us about some of the things that we do here at school, so we are just trying to make sure that we respect and honor everybody's differences. we just try to make sure that we don't say the easter bunny so that we don't infringe on the rights of others. >> bill: now, after we brought you that, two days later the easter bunny was magically back on campus at that school. so you get the picture. when strange occurrences break out, no longer do you call the ghostbusters, you call the factor. [ laughter ] that puts some pressure on me and my producers because we can't right every wrong and we have to be very careful about the causes we take up. for every story like florida atlantic there are 10 that don't pan out the way they are initially reported. but it is true that the factor is now mandated to keep american lunancy in check. and, believe me, there is plenty of it. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. very int
of the southeast including states like florida, southern parts of georgia and southern parts of alabama. there is a concern that we could be seeing damaging wind gusts in excess of 60 miles per hour, large hail and isolated tornadoes within some of these thunderstorms. heads up if you live in jacksonville, tampa or the city of miami. there is that possibility for severe storms throughout the afternoon and into the evening hours today. otherwise temperatures along the storm system very cool. 46 degrees will be your high temperature in atlanta, in the 50's in memphis. we're talking temperatures as much as 15 degrees below what is normal for this time of year and the 40's for the city of raleigh. actually cooler in parts of the southeast and sections of the midwest like minneapolis where you're talking 49 for your high temperature. we'll make it into the 50's in new york city. the good news across the east is we are expecting a significant warmup in parts of the southeast with your high temperatures. in the northeast, your high temperatures won't be increasing that much over the next sever
for republican big government social conservatism. alabama's governor has signed a trap law, it's designed to shut down all the abortion clinics in alabama. meanwhile in virginia today, the attorney general there has been shot down by a federal appeals court in his fighting to uphold his state's mandate it be peno-vaginal intercourse only in the state of virginia. nothing else. in virginia, it is apparently a fight to the death as long as republican a.g. and gubernatorial candidate ken cuccinelli has anything to say about it. >>> he's demanding exxon's answers and documents about what went wrong with that pipeline spill today. there's a lot going on, a lot of moving parts in today's news. but we start tonight in louisiana. we start in the courtroom of this local district court judge. his courtroom a couple of weeks ago a case arose that involved a convicted felon, a young man who was a convicted burglar found riding in a car with a loaded 40-caliber smith and west son handgun on the back seat, also an ak-47 with a magazine in the trunk of the car. this guy is in the car with those guns and
can watch this and other programs online at .. montgomery, alabama will host the eighth annual alabama book festival. the event features 40 vendors and exhibitors, children's education malaria and has 45 authors and poets presentation scheduled for. on april 21st, maryland host the international day of the book which will highlight 100 local lawyers, live music and open mike sessions. and book fairs and festivals in very and add them to the list. and go to the east or e-mail us at up next lee sandlin recalled the beginnings of modern meteorology at the study of tornadoes throughout the american midwest. this is just under an hour. >> can you hear me? let me talk about this, a mutual genesis. i don't know if you remember a few years ago there was something in iceland that disrupted air travel all through europe. sitting with a couple of friends we were talking about this because they were about to go to europe and one of them said this is the sort of thing, one of these -- one of the other people says i am from the midwest. all my anxiety
religiosos piden que el congreso actue. >> la familia de alabama presionaron en la oficia de (información en ingles) . >> o los dreamers que piden una reforma. >> queremos que paren el sufrimiento estamos seguros pero los papa no. >> tenemos varias negativas y salen adelante. >> lo la dreamer de arizona que trajo su madre. >> yo tuve el sueño primero quería dar una mejor vida a los hijos. >> o contrarios a los legalizados fueron protegidos. >> pero llegaron al congreso pero hay incertidumbre que pasara con la reforma, desde washington univisión. >> tenemos cobertura local donde en la bahia piden una reforma, en san jose hay movilizaciónes y ahpora hay una vigilia. >> ramon buenas tardes. >> gracias, buenas tardes, el primero de los venetos comenzo en san jose, y termino con vigila en donde se escucharon casos desgarradores. >> es la vigilia que se celebro a las 4 de la tarde, un caso es la separacion de familia. >> esty en proceso de deportacion. >> tiene una pesadilla al tener dos hijas ciudadanas. >> mi hija fue de vacaciones la recogimos al aeropuerto, por uan pregunta, salieron a bus
story how they pulled that off. other places the back story showed in alabama and the representative charged their run and of the union and democracy was violated and virginia said no ordinary farmer voted for this the elites have run as out of the union without the proper consideration of a democratic process. it is interesting it is very revealing what democracy meant in 1860. they called it a democracy although they often made the case with they really wanted was a republic and that was part of the reason they've did not like the direction politics was going but they had to play the game they strongarm it through bin in the upper south the normal democratic process did not yield to secession and not until four sumpter was fired on even then eight states for seceded and ford didn't so was incredibly contentious and divisive that means it was fighting with the levin slave states -- 11 instead of 15. so you already see the breaking off of the south fate with the confederacy. >>host: did jefferson davis actually when an election? >> he was a senator. he was nominated in a constitution
muchos otrosw . >> bomba en alabama ocasióno la muerte de cuatro personas afroamericanos. >> el capitolio sufrió otro el 7 de noviembre de 1983 se arreswtaron a siete terroristas. >> "6 de febrero de 1993 un camión bomba mató a 3 pe3swonas. >> uno de lo que mas impato generó a nivel internacional fue el 19 de abril de 1995 cuando camión bomba mató a 7 personas , hubo un ejecutado por el crimen. >>27 de julio se arresto a erick robert y lo condenaron a cadena perpetua por atentado en los juegos olímpicos. >> hoy media hora después de que los primero corredores llegarána la meta en mataton de boston ,se produjo un atentado y explotaron dos bombas , mueren 3 personas. >> los atentados ocurrieron a la cuarta hora de la carrera y participaron 27 mil personas y se calcula que había cientos de miles de personas como espectadores. >> mantenganse informados. >> buenas noches . >> buenas noches. >> ♪. >> ♪. >> ♪.
vuelvo a ver. honduras es de los paises con ma scerimenes. dreamers de texas y alabama llegarona entregar una carta eal comite republicano. nueva audiencia para la reforma el lunes. enel este de la bahia se investiga un tragico accidente con un alguacil de la alameda esta madrugada. . >>> estos son los detalles asi quedo el soctado izquierda de esta unidad. >>> tras el accidente a las 4 30 de la madrugada luego de arrollar a dos perosnas. >>> el alguacil conducia en direccion norte cuan do arrollo a loas dos transeuntes en la mañana alguailes recogian evidncias de los ambos vctimas hispanas. >>> uno murio a consecuencia del impacto y la segunda llevada critica al hpsoital, la mujer caminaba bajo la influencia del alcohol. >>> residentes dicen. >>> hacen las persecuciones como no se. >>> deben poner luz para que vayan mas despacio. >>> del alguaciol se sabe que fue suspendido. >>> el comento que sera hasta que se determine hasta que paso con el accidente se revosra video o cualquier evidencia continuamos con mas información . >>> en richmond joven y su hermana asesinados a tiros
of the ku klux klan bombed the birmingham alabama church where they were worshipping. the pictures of these four girls puts a devastating new face on the country's racial terrorisms. today in washington, the house of representatives will move one step closer to posthumously awarding them with the congressional gold medal. joining mess is congresswoman terry sewell, also joining me is diane braddock, the sister of carol robertson, one of the girls who was killed in that bombing. ladies, good morning. congresswoman, i want to start with you. explain how this measure came about to want to move ahead with this ceremony? >> you know, it's a long overdue recognition, in this the 50th anniversary year, the alabama delegation came together, both republicans and democrats, we thought it was very important and befitting that we acknowledge and honor the lives of addie mae, carol, cynthia, as well as denise mcnair. so that's what we wanted to do. it's the 50th anniversary, a long time overdue. i'm just honored that dianswer and lisa mcnair, the sister of denise, are here with us and will be i
millones de dólares >>dos el barÇazas explotaron y provocaron un grave incendio, los esto en alabama. >>la tensión política en venezuela aumenta tras amenaza de encarcelar a opositores >>fritanga, narcotraficante colombiano, enfrentara la justicia en estados unidos. >>imágenes de la nasa sobre actividad del sol en los últimos tres años, ya volvemos <>>sigue la guerra política en venezuela entre oficialistas y opositores, los primeros insisten en poner a algunos tras las rejas. eliangelica gonzalez nos informa, henrique capriless dio plazo hasta hoy para comenzar la auditoria de votos. >>el ministro de rrii agrego que la guerra estaba planeada y financiada por el estadounidenses timothy heayli, quien esta arrestado. >>señala que este daba dinero a los jóvenes para hacer revueltas en las calles, segun dice hay evidencia en video. >>así como se enjuiciara a este gringo, he dado orden de que se capture a los que aparecen en video >>las acusaciones del gobierno, dice henrique capriless son una infamia de parte del gobierno. >>pidió la restitucion de los funcionarios de gobierno, en s
airbus jet. the airline's ceo made the announcement today from alabama. that factory will create a thousand jobs. they hope to have to new airbus by 2016. jet blue is the largest operator of the airbus plane in the world, 120. >>> demonstrators rallied outside the food and drug administration today calling on them to require foods to be labeled. they like to know when foods have had their genes changed by man. the fda gave tentative to approval last year and is now hearing public comment. >> i want them to label the foods so we could have the knowledge. >> they have genes from another fish that cause it to grow twice as fast. >>> the link between red meat and heart disease might be called a chemical compound, it makes it easier for cholesterol to form plaque in the arteries. >>> we have been talking about the wind all day and the problems it caused and it will stick around for a while. right? >> yeah. it is dying down into the evening but wind advisory till 8:00 p.m. the wind mills. you know what you see, you see the sierra nevada. what th
. >>> if you're in alabama it might be time to find the most secure room around you. i'm jake tapper and this is "the lead." the national lead, happening as we speak, a deadly tornado outbreak in the southeast. homes smashed to splinters. at least one person dead and the danger is far from over. >>> in other national news, the argument about whether or not to start the argument is over. senate democrats joined by a chunk of republicans blocked the filibuster on gun control today and now the real debate begins. in just moments we'll be joined by west virginia democratic senator joe manchin here in the studio. he'll talk about his bipartisan plan for background checks that has gun groups up in arms. >>> the world lead. north korea pulls the equivalent of a pump fake with a missile raising it to a firing position then tucking it right back into the launcher. if it's our attention they want, they've got it. >>> good afternoon. the national lead, breaking news. a killer storm system is raking across the southeast at this hour. already it has left at least one person dead in mississippi an
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